Chris Roberts, American Renaissance, December 27, 2021
Every year, YouTube censors more and more. It may soon become a wasteland of mainstream news clips, beauty tips, and video-game streaming. But for now, it still has some valuable content. Here are six channels I recommend.
This is an archive of speeches, interviews, and debates on human biodiversity. It even includesa few old American Renaissance conference talks. Here’s Sam Francis in 2004:
This is the video wing of UnHerd.com, it showcases the opinions of a variety of heterodox thinkers. Here’s an interview with the black anti-woke intellectual John McWhorter:
Prof. Sugrue is an expert in Western philosophy and has dozens of lectures summarizing the views of everyone from Plato to the Frankfurt School. Each video is a reminder of the intellectual titans who came before us. Here he discusses the Stoics:
This channel introduces philosophers and explains how their views can improve own life. Here’s one on Friedrich Nietzsche:
For those of you who like listening to podcasts on YouTube, this channel has both Radio Renaissance and Left, Right, and White. I suspect it will be deleted soon, so enjoy it while you can.
This channel is much like the one above, but it republishes our videos, not our podcasts.